By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports
The Greater Boston League (GBL) is back in business.
As confirmed through a press release this morning, the league is ready to begin a new era with five schools beginning next school year.
The five schools that will make-up the GBL are Everett, Malden, Medford, Somerville, and Revere.
All five schools currently compete in the Northeastern Conference (NEC) but elected to reform the GBL following a two-year trial merger, which began in the spring of 2017.
Prior to merging with the NEC, the GBL was considered one of the state’s top leagues, which featured some impressive competition at all levels that would be represented in both the college and professional sports worlds.
The league’s reformation certainly has excited many, including the coaches, student-athletes, and administrators, who are ready to restart the competition between the five communities this fall.
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